Dogs. They truly are man’s best friend. By lending a helping paw and highly capable nose, they can be conservation’s best friend, too. Around the world, conservation dogs are assisting boots-on-the-ground land managers by helping locate and monitor endangered and invasive species, helping with anti-poaching efforts, both on land and in water, with efficiency. This non-invasive survey method can offer huge benefits to programs where current, human-only tools are being utilized. Join us for a live webinar from Conservation Dogs Collective, a non-profit organization, that trains and deploys their Finder-Keeper (dog-handler) teams to locate conservation-centric species, including endangered bumblebees, threatened plants, aquatic invaders, and more!